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21 August 2018 7:40 AM Boomers, Rangers in Christmas-time WNBL showdown

The WNBL starts a week later than usual to give those players and their teams time to get reacquainted. The WNBL is Australia’s longest-running elite female national league and will enter its 38th season with a new naming rights sponsor in Chemist Warehouse and a continuing television deal to have one game a week broadcast on Fox Sports. An influx of elite 23

17 August 2018 12:40 AM Brett Fruend joins Queanbeyan Tigers 200 club

"I reckon the penny dropped somewhere along the way, because he turned up one pre-season and all of a sudden he was a running machine. "He’d gone from the back of the group to the front of the group in a reasonably short period of time. I’d seen him through that summer running the streets, and I reckon that became the foundation for his football, for his ability 22

16 August 2018 8:45 PM NBL heads to Nine in new broadcast deal

Nine will also simulcast its live games on the 9Now online service and has secured the digital catch-up rights to show replays of all NBL games throughout the season regardless of what network they are broadcast on. The league has yet to finalise what it will do with its NBL TV app, which showed all games live and on replay, for a monthly subscription 23

13 July 2018 10:00 AM No quarter given in clash of the cobble stones, Cup and centre court

Unstuck: Chris Froome was broken by the famed cobbles of Roubaix in 2014, which is where Le Tour reaches this weekend. Unusually, the Tour de France carnival rolls into Roubaix tomorrow. A stage of almost 160 kilometres, including 22 kilometres of dangerous, rutted pave. Underlining the pivotal nature of this ninth stage of Le Tour, while Christopher 28

6 July 2018 9:23 AM Perth Glory owner says FFA must scrap licence fee for expansion clubs

Sage pointed to former A-League expansion clubs Gold Coast United and the North Queensland Fury - both clubs which are now defunct - as proof the current model doesn't work. "The way I’d do it, I would not pay a licence fee, the FFA want a license fee so they bank $10 million, then the club runs off on it's own," Sage said. "But look what happened to the Gold Coast 35

28 June 2018 6:32 AM Reformed policy on transgender athletes could clear Mouncey for AFLW

Canberra footballer Hannah Mouncey has been invited to participate in the development of a transgender athlete policy, with two government departments to meet Australia's biggest sporting bodies this week. The Australian Sports Commission, Australian Human Rights Commission, and the Coalition of Major Professional and Participation Sports (COMPPS) are gathering 21

17 June 2018 2:42 AM The rights and wrongs of VAR decision are now irrelevant for the Socceroos

All the anger, debate and discussion about the intervention of the VAR and the awarding of the penalty to Antoine Griezmann in the 60th minute is now academic. The rights and wrongs of the decision - and several Australian players didn't agree with it and many believe it only shows how the use of VAR is ruining the game - no longer matter. What does matter 13

8 June 2018 1:09 PM List of world's richest athletes is the same old story for women

Other female athletes to make the top 100 have generally been tennis players – in fact, last year eight of the top 10 female earners were tennis players. All grand slams offer equal prize money for the men's and women's draw. In 1971, tennis trailblazer Billie Jean King became the first female athlete to earn $100,000 for a single season in any sport 43

8 June 2018 10:00 AM The Australian connection behind US Triple Crown chaser Justify

“It was the first time Henry came to the Keeneland Sales with us, after the success in Australia, and Justify was the first horse we bought as a group in America,” SF Bloodstock’s Tom Ryan said. “We bought him because of Henry. He was adamant that we buy him. He was hip number 50 of a more than 3000 horse sale. “He had failed a couple of vets, but our vet was happy 22

6 June 2018 7:38 AM James Sutherland: A career timeline

November 2014: Sutherland holds the fort following the tragic death of Phillip Hughes, struck by a bouncer in a Sheffield Shield match. August 2017: After a spiteful 12 month process, CA signs its new memorandum of understanding with players, which includes major benefits for female cricketers. March 2018: Captain Steve Smith, vice-captain David Warner 20